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Maxell Blank Media
It is often difficult to distribute and share crucial video files by any other medium than physical. Burning and sharing Maxell DVD-R discs with colleagues, customers, and other contacts is often far easier than transporting data on external drives or uploading videos to file sharing services. Blank media provides the flexibility many professionals need to store original music, videos, slide presentations, and photos.
Primary Conveniences of Maxell DVD-R Discs Uploading multiple audio files or a single video file to the cloud or a sharing service can be time-consuming. Burning files to physical media is often easier and more efficient to share an important presentation with a colleague or family member. It may be more reliable to bring a work-in-progress, like a commercial, to a meeting for feedback rather than a portable hard drive or streaming it online. Maxell DVD discs have 4.7GB capacity, which can hold up to 6 hours of DVD-quality recordings, plenty of space for various proprietary material like corporate and wedding videos.
Physical discs provide an alternative for archiving home movies, photos, music and audio files. Individual jewel cases allow for further organization and labeling. Each disc is compatible with anything that has a DVD drive including a DVD player, computers, external DVD drives, and some Blu-ray® players.
Different Maxell DVD-R Packs Satisfy Multiple Needs A single DVD is a minimal investment if you only need one disc for a one-off project or gift. Packs of 5, 10, or 15 discs are an excellent option for individuals and companies that only require occasional use to backup files. Spindles with 50 to 100 blank discs provide a stockpile for consistent and daily use for busy professionals like editors, designers, and videographers.
What Is the Difference Between Maxell DVD-R and MaxellCD-R? A CD-R provides enough memory to store audio files and anything else that can safely fit on 700MB of disc space. Maxell CD-Rs support write speeds of up to 48x to allow for the quick and easy transfer of photos, graphics, MP3 files, and other audio formats. DVD-Rs allow for much more storage space and are specifically designed for DVD-quality video. People who record original music professionally or for fun can keep a spool of CD-Rs around to burn music samples for friends and family.
Why Purchase Maxell DVD+R Instead of Maxell DVD-R? DVD+R is, simply put, a slightly different format than a DVD-R. The two formats were created by separate industry associations in the early days of DVD technology and have only slight differences when it comes to performance and features. For example, some first-generation DVD players may only support files written on a DVD+RW format, especially if they were manufactured by Sony or Dell. However, both formats should play back on standard computer disk drives and newer DVD players.
Who Should Stock Up on Maxell DVD-R Discs? Teachers who need to share files in the classroom with students need the extra flexibility of physical media. Busy parents who want to send easy gifts to family members of childhood milestones can keep discs on hand to send copies easily through the mail. Filmmakers, photographers, designers and anyone else who works with different film formats in varying stages needs physical discs to distribute projects to clients and colleagues.